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Re: Searching for animal research on the processing of a change within a sound (that changes from constant frequency to varying frequency)
I don't know about animals, but in humans there are several such studies. See e.g.:
Jones SJ (2002)The internal auditory clock: what can evoked potentials reveal about
the analysis of temporal sound patterns, and abnormal states of consciousness? Neurophysiol Clin. 32:241-53.
Chait M, Poeppel D, de Cheveigné A, Simon JZ. (2007a) Processing Asymmetry of Transitions between Order and Disorder in Human Auditory Cortex. J Neurosci. 27: 5207-14
Chait M, Poeppel D, Simon JZ. (2008) Auditory temporal edge detection in human auditory cortex. Brain Res. 1213:78-90.
Maria Chait PhD
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From: AUDITORY - Research in Auditory Perception [mailto:AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Annekathrin Weise
Sent: 05 July 2011 10:35
Subject: Searching for animal research on the processing of a change within a sound (that changes from constant frequency to varying frequency)
I am interested in the transition response that can be obtained (e.g.
with event-related potentials in humans) when a sound part with constant frequency changes to a sound part with varying frequency (e.g.
increasing frequency) studied for examle by Manfred Clynes (1969). Does anyone know of related studies concerning this issue done in animals (e.g. gerbil)?
I would be grateful for any hint on literature or researchers, who focused on that issue.
Annekathrin Weise, Dipl.-Biol.
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